that says proprietary, closed-source games are 23% more fun to play and have 45% lower IT maintenance costs.
But the majority of users aren't running OS's that have filesystems with copy-on-write support, including Windows 7 and below with NTFS.
SMR drives are fine for I/O scenarios that don't overwrite data very often but they suffer from significant performance penalties for overwrites due to the read-modify-write/write-relocate operations required to modify a set of sectors within a shingled-encoded track. There are tricks to lessen the impact such as virtual sector remapping and background remapping but those can't avoid performance penalties in many scenarios.
Perhaps them walking wouldn't have caused so much damage if they had reduced *their* carbon footprint by not stuffing their face with more than their fair share of food on the planet.
Thank you very much, Mr. Fraudboto
As long as Comcast lets me share my cable TV with all my friendly neighbors as well. Since we're all in the sharing mood...
So we don't have to torture them over here
Correction, its instead of it's. It's the New Grammar!
No magazine that is a century old should be called new, unless it's readership is mostly vampires.
Intel is learning that success doesn't come as easy in business segments where your tried-and-true monopolist practices don't apply.
JoeyRox (2711699) writes "Tesla's 'gigafactory' publicized goal is to make electric cars more affordable. However that benefit may soon be eclipsed by the gigafactory's impact on roof-top solar power storage costs, putting the entire business model of utilities in peril. “The mortal threat that ever cheaper on-site renewables pose” comes from systems that include storage, said Amory Lovins, co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute, a Snowmass, Colorado-based energy consultant. “That is an unregulated product you can buy at Home Depot that leaves the old business model with no place to hide.”"
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It doesn't seem all that courageous to me to declare you're gay *after* you've completed the climb up the corporate ladder to the CEO position. It would be more impressive if he did it before the perceived risk to his career had long-since passed. Doesn't set a good example for other gays - hiding the fact you're gay until it's safe career-wise to come out.
If it were April I would say that huge mount of boring text has a point hidden somewhere inside it. Let's hope there's a piece of chocolate attached to it as well.
Each writing its own kernel dump image